What’s up future bass fans? Taylor Barnes back with the New Future Bass Songs of the week. After an intense weekend at HARD Summer, I’m back with some brand new anti-thot anthems to keep the summer vibes going. This week’s chart has a few artists you’ve probably never heard of in addition to some familiar faces. Without further ado, let’s dive right into some brand new bass heavy tracks.
1. Lanes, Elaski
This tune sounds like a perfect mixture of Carmack and Esta. Elaski’s creative and original use of hi-hats earned him the #1 spot on the New Future Bass Songs of the week.
2. The Vapors (Luca Lush Flip), Jhene Aiko
Nice summer vibes on this Jhene Aiko flip courtesy of Luca Lush. I really like how this track merges a tropical house feel with warm, futuristic lead synth lines.
3. Regulate (Maybewise’s Guttaw3rk Edit), Warren G ft. Nate Dogg
Footwork edit of a classic G-funk tune by up and coming producer Maybewise. He’s caught the eye of Symbols label boss Kastle making him an artist watch for sure. Be sure to follow him on all socials. He’s about to blow up.
4. Last Train (Daktyl Remix), Dawn Golden
The way Daktyl used this basic melancholy melody gradually added vocals, and then flipped it into a buzzing future bass beat earned him a spot on this week’s top future bass songs.
5. Aerospace Pt. I, Planet Rock
Love what the Planet Rock guys did on this release. Massive soaring synths are complemented by a pitched up vocal sample and what sounds like a gated electric guitar intro.
6. Sorry (Dave Luxe Refix), Ciara
Huge future R&B refix from Dave Luxe showing once again that Ciara’s music was made solely to be remixed.
7. Studio (Grandtheft Edit), Schoolboy Q
I was hoping someone would remix this song, and Grandtheft came through with a dope jersey club edit. Just adds a little club-friendly bounce to a great track.
8. Lemonade, Sophie
This song has been getting a lot of love ever since Cashmere Cat included it in his MoMA mix, and the love is well deserved. I’m not even sure how to describe it because it doesn’t sound like anything I’ve ever heard before, you’ll just have to listen for yourself.
9. Sungod Ft. Tusks, Astro Zu
Ambient dreamscapes from Astro Zu featuring UK vocalist Tusks.
10. Blunt After Blunts (Danny Brown Flip), Stwo
Unusually aggressive, dark, and heavy sounds from Stwo, but as Danny Brown would say, I’m wit it.